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The JMB Journal keeps its readers up to date, offering many perspectives on the themes and activities of the Jewish Museum Berlin. You may order it free of charge.

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Times

"Man does not know his time." And yet: We schedule our days, we celebrate, we pause and remember times long past. We create rituals which structure our weeks, months, and years, such as the Shabbat or the High Holidays. So-called rites of passage have great meaning for our private lives and we celebrate them accordingly; in social life, we share memories of public events, such as remarkable soccer matches. A magazine on "Times."

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The Whole Truth

JMB Journal no. 8 is a 100 page long special edition accompanying the 2013 spring exhibition "The Whole Truth …everything you always wanted to know about Jews." Nine essays explore and deepen aspects of the special exhibition, which addresses frequently asked, clever, funny, banal, and controversial questions pertaining to Judaism and Jewish identity.

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The JMB Journal
Diversity

The programs and events of the newly opened Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin will deal with the conditions necessary for a mutually beneficial coexistence of people with different social and cultural backgrounds. On this occasion, this issue of the JMB Journal explores the subject of diversity from different perspectives.

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The JMB Journal
Generations

The sixth issue of the JMB Journal is dedicated to the concept of "generations." The cover page shows a detail from Israeli artist Moshe Moograbi’s installation "Family Album." The bundle of photo albums strung together evokes the memories which are kept and passed on from one generation to the next. The articles in the Journal guide you through select aspects of our subject, and emphasize the special importance attached to the concept of "generations" in Judaism. Among the contributors to this issue are the theologian Melanie Köhlmoos, the genealogist Pamela Weisberger, Rabbi Seth Farber, and sociologist Lena Inowlocki.

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